Posted by Nick | May 17, 2017 | Last Breath, Lost in a landscape | 1
by Nick | May 17, 2017 | Last Breath, Lost in a landscape | 1
My inclination was to put this into the hidden history category, but then I remembered how often I...
6 hours ago
These really are rather lovely - A honeymoon in England in colour in 1939 >www.england-in-color-1939.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
My grandparents' honeymoon trip around England in August 1939 took them from their home in London as far north as Yorkshire through Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.
2 days ago
This is fascinating.https://aeon.co/essays/the-anglo-saxon-is-not-american-or-british-but-a-french-alter-ego ... See MoreSee Less
The Anglo-Saxon is not American or British but a French alter-ego – Emile Chabal | Aeon Essays
Not just American or British, the Anglo-Saxon is a mirror to Frenchness: the country’s alter-ego and most feared enemy
3 days ago
Archive fragment - Salthouse heath. www.invisibleworks.co.uk/lost-in-a-landscape-salthouse-touching-our-past/ ... See MoreSee Less
Lost in a landscape: Salthouse, touching the past - Invisible Works
We visited the long dead, stretched our fingers out to them, touched fingertips through the flint and bracken. North Norfolk has some lovely landscapes, far removed from the outsider idea of some flat...
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